Useful Evaluation Camp: Reimagining the Role of Evaluation

Reimagining the Role of Evaluation

What might happen if we reimagined the role of evaluation in the London community? Might we be able to ask the questions that we've always wanted to ask, build deeper relationships with people in our communities, inform our organizational strategies, and more strategically tell stories that inspire change?

Join us for an educational experience, co-presented by Twelve Canada and Pillar Nonprofit Network, that inspires you to use evaluation as a useful and powerful tool in the pursuit of your project, program, or organization's purpose.

Workshop highlights include:

  • A keynote and workshop from Dr. Marc Langlois, Director of the Twelve Canada Academy for Community Participation and Lasting Impact
  • Workshops on topics related to the practice of useful evaluation, presented by local and regional consultants and educators
  • Opportunities to network with funders, nonprofits, and stakeholders in the region 

Target Audience: Executive Directors, board members, project or program managers/coordinators and anyone who wants to learn how to create a culture of evaluation, think about evaluation differently and practice the art of evaluation to serve our community

About the presenters (more details coming soon):

Dr. Marc Langlois, Director of Twelve Academy/Co-Founder
Marc Langlois is a leading thinker and practitioner in the domains of youth engagement, social innovation, community development, developmental evaluation, and systems change. He is widely regarded for his innovative community projects, effective facilitation, evaluation work, and for assisting organizations with their resources and strategic development.

He has worked in the field of youth development and engagement, community development and social innovation for 35 years. Following his years as co-founder and Executive Director of HeartWood Centre for Community Youth Development, Marc went on to work, study and research across Canada in comprehensive community development and whole systems change.

He holds a Masters of Management from McGill University and a PhD from Concordia University where his extensive research was on comprehensive urban and rural community and youth development.

Thank you to the generous support of the Ministry of Citizenship & Immigration 

And the City of London 

Thank You to Our 2017 Professional Development Sponsors:

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